Massy Trinidad All Stars Steel Orchestra, in conjunction with their Trinidad All Stars Senior’s Foundation, will be hosting a lunch-and-prayer occasion at their pan theatre, 46-48 Duke Street, Port-of-Spain, on Saturday, September 14, which commences with the distribution of lunch from 11 am to 2 pm.
Recognising that being thankful for blessings and success of any kind is necessary, from 4-6 pm, a Thanksgiving Service is scheduled to be officiated by Roman Catholic Archbishop Fr Jason Gordon and other clergy heads including Open Bible Pastor Christopher “Tambu” Herbert.
To add to the flavour of the event will be entertainment by Malcolm Boyce and Clive Telemaque.
All Stars recognises that not winning a Panorama competition is no reason to become depressed and lay low until the other win, but it is to ensure players are happy and maintain loyalty, widen its fan base and unendingly keep the momentum up in all aspects of their institution.
This event is free to the public to share in the meals, worship, socialise and relax in safety among the stars.
This past month, All Stars has had a lot on its plate at its pan theatre, participating in Steel band Month events, including hosting Conversations with the Pioneers, and having stringent nightly practice sessions in readiness for its upcoming appearance at the October 26 Big 5 Concert and Classical Jewels XII. Directed by Dr Mia Gormandy-Benjamin, this year’s edition of Jewels will be held at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (Napa), Port-of-Spain, on November 30 and December 1.
Also performing will be All Stars Youth Steel, the T&T Philharmonic Orchestra and the UTT Choir.